Heroes Breakfast

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With no set dates, you can hold a Heroes Breakfast whenever you like.

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Start your day with good company, good food and a good deed! Get friends, family or colleagues together for a Heroes Breakfast and ask for a donation. Everyone says breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and in this case it really is!

 

 

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We’ve made it really simple to ‘do your bit'. 

  • Pick up your favourite breakfast ingredients or get friends and colleagues to contribute items, and ask your guests for a donation.
  • We'll send you a free fundraising pack full of Help for Heroes goodies.
  • Look out for Eggs for Soldiers eggs in stores and Branston Bigger Baked Beans, both of which donate a percentage of sales to support our wounded. 

Heroes Breakfast is just about the simplest way to fundraise! Gather everyone together for a hearty breakfast in exchange for a donation, and you will have started the day in the best way possible: by supporting our Heroes.

Download the Heroes Breakfast Fundraising Guide

We've got a press release template for fundraisers to download, should you want to spread the word about your Heroes Breakfast event!

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 If you're a UK tax payer, we could claim Gift Aid on your donation and receive an extra 25p for every £1 you give!

Download the Heroes Breakfast Gift Aid Form

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Paul Turner launched a range of award-winning sausages in 2012 with the backing of Dragons' Den's Peter Jones, using a traditional family recipe passed down from his grandfather, Alf Turner. 

The Turner family has a long association with the Armed Forces going back over 60 years and as a butchers based in Aldershot, the home of the British Army, it is fitting that the brand has chosen to support H4H through on-pack donations.

The range consists of the Best of British and Hair of the Hog pork sausages on special offer at £2.50 in Sainsbury's.

Visit Alf Turner's website for more information.

Follow Alf Turner on Twitter: @Alf_Turner

Eggs for Soldiers are the eggs that give something back. It is one of our oldest partnerships and has raised over £1.2m to date, selling over 8.6 million eggs!

Eggs for Soldiers was launched in 2012 by Noble Foods who wanted to give consumers a simple way to "do their bit" by making a small change to their weekly shop; with enough people doing this, we can make a huge difference to someone else's life.

The brand has been incredibly successful and popular with H4H supporters. Barn eggs are available in six and 10-egg packs with a donation made from every pack sold. They're available nationwide in Tesco. They can easily be recognised on the shelf by their distinctive packaging and eggy take on the Help for Heroes logo!

Follow them on Twitter @EggsforSoldiers and Facebook /Eggs for Soldiers

Our partnership with Branston just got that little bit bigger!

Branston is supporting our Heroes with the launch of the new Branston Bigger Baked Beans. What’s more, enjoying the new product will help to raise vital funds, with 10p from every sale going directly to Help for Heroes.  

Branston Bigger Baked Beans is available exclusively in selected Tesco stores and online at www.tesco.com.

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